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The Next Evolution!

Diadora introduces the next evolution in performance - the Evoluzione K Pro GX 14. As seen on Antonio Cassano during his impressive play for Italy.

UPPER: Water-resistant ultra-soft kangaroo leather is lightweight and provides an excellent touch on the ball. Touch Control technology ensures grip for the perfect strike.

MIDSOLE: Removable, anatomically-shaped EVA insole for shock absorption and comfort.

Perforated NET Breathing System ventilation. NET is a three layer system with a waterproof membrane in the insole, a synthetic fiber protection net and a GX 14 perforated outsole. These team up to let feet breathe while keeping the inside of the shoe and your feet clean and dry.

OUTSOLE: Multi-density PU with 14 fixed studs for optimum traction. Axeler technology improves forefoot propulsion and ensures maximum stability on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 9.6 oz.


Diadora presenta lo más nuevo en desempeño. CORTE: Piel de canguro ultra suave y resistente al agua, el cual es además ligero y brinda un excelente toque con el balón. Tecnología Touch Control en el empeine te brinda el agarre que necesitas para hacer los

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